Rogan reiterated that CNN blew hundreds of millions of dollars on CNN+ before announcing that it was canceling the project.
Rogan believes that the offer from Musk is serious due to his concern for freedom of speech on the platform.
“A lot of people believe both of them are doing what they do in good faith. It’s not cynical. It’s not CNN or Fox,” Glover said.
The podcaster is making it clear that if he’s asked to change, he plans to walk away.
“Really wish @joerogan was the comic who told the joke about Will’s wife last night,” Norris tweeted.
Rogan argues that the meltdown now sets a dangerous precedent for comedy and live performances.
A video released of Gibbs discussing the matter with Rogan in front of a large studio crowd strikes a somewhat playful tone between the two men.
The podcaster pointed at a breakdown done by software engineers to emphasize the hazards of the application.
Rogan posted a photoshopped CNN report about the actor being part of the Russian special forces positioned on the outskirts of the capital city of Kyiv.
At the time, the reported number was $100 million. Now, it’s believed that Rogan signed a $200 million deal.